The client whose case has shaped California's parole system is released.
The Federal Circuit declined to review a ruling in a semiconductor patent dispute that found infringement suits must be thrown out when the co-owner of a patent decides not to participate.
Rachael Meny and her team protected Netflix Inc. from claims made by a former executive, who believed the company blacklisted him from employment at Amazon.
Elliot Peters told attendees at the American Bar Association’s National Legal Malpractice Conference that law firms there are some instances when they should insist on their day in court.
Three Keker & Van Nest partners named to the exclusive list of California's top attorneys.
Led by Keker & Van Nest Partner Dan Purcell, the firm is organizing support throughout northern California.
Stuart Gasner speaks about when the relationship between venture capital funds and the companies in which they invest unravels.
Simona Agnolucci, who represents asylum seekers pro bono, discusses the decision.
Gene Paige, Christa Anderson and their KVN team convinced a federal judge to invalidate patents as indefinite because they do not provide information about what falls outside the claims.
Paven Malhotra speaks to Forbes about how the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) may be applied in the world of 3D printing.
Stuart Gasner discusses a recent California Court of Appeals case which underscores the dangers that await venture capital firms which fund companies in the midst of internal disputes.
Steve Hirsch and Steven Ragland win another victory on behalf of Davis Wright Tremaine and Foley & Lardner.
Keker & Van Nest filed a brief in the Jewel v. NSA case claiming that backbone surveillance violates the 4th Amendment at the time of seizure and at the time of the search for selectors.